SUBMITTING AN ARTICLE
The magazine strives to publish approximately 3 set issues per year. Some issues may have a theme (i.e. stroke-related research). All submissions must have a clear connection to rehabilitation science research or practice. Authors are encouraged to write for a wide-ranging audience which includes the lay public, researchers, clinicians, and academics (professors and students). As such the writing style may be less formal than traditional academic journals, but should reflect a strong empirical research base (e.g., use of scientific evidence, clear understanding of scientific, medical and social science concepts). Authors should strive to write compelling, concise, scientifically-minded articles that will engage readers and reflect the mission statement of rehabINK – to be a knowledge translation platform for the rehabilitation science community and beyond.
Submissions can be made under the following categories:
- Original Research
- News & Reports
- Knowledge Summaries
Please see the following PDF for more information on submission categories:
We will consider submissions from both undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty members and others in the rehabilitation sciences community. You do not have to be connected with the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute to submit an article. We welcome submissions from external departments and institutions worldwide.
Summer 2019 Issue: call for abstracts is now CLOSED.
Details on the call for abstracts can be found in the online abstracts submissions form.
If you have ideas for themes or topics, please feel free to shoot us a message. We’d love to hear from you!
*Please note: rehabINK recognizes that a rich diversity of values and perspectives are vital to the continued progression of the field of rehabilitation science. As such, rehabINK aims to reflect this diversity in the content we published by providing a forum for authors to voice a wide range of perspectives and opinions. In light of this, we would like to clarify that the perspectives and ideas expressed by authors are their own, and do not necessarily reflect those of rehabINK, it’s editors, other authors or stakeholders.*